The Gadsden County Public Library system announces big plans for the fall, including book clubs, movies and other fun activities for young readers.
The The Youth Services Department girls’ book club will meet at 4 p.m., every fourth Monday, in the conference room at McGill Library. For September, the girls will read “Hook’s Revenge.” The boys’ club will meet at 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays this fall, also at McGill Library. “Word of Mouse” is the boys’ selection for September. Free copies of each club’s book selection will be available at the library 30 days prior to club meetings, while supplies last.
The Lego Robotics program will resume Sept. 5 at McGill Library. The unique program is designed to expose third grade and older students to coding via hands-on building activities with Legos.
The Public Library system’s branch locations also have activities planned for the fall. Starting Sept. 8, the Cowen Public Library in Chattahoochee will host fall movie programs, beginning with a showing of “Annie.”
For more information on the local library system and any of its programs, visit gcpls.org.
Special to The Herald